The no such thing as empty space tour finished this weekend at MK gallery in Milton Keynes.
It was the centre’s last show before they close for a massive refurbishment and re-open in 2017!
It’s been quite a journey since the project started a year ago, with so many contributing to the project through recording and making the sound installation, hundreds have experienced the artwork which includes a vibrating panel with hidden speakers attached to a surround sound system and gives the audience a chance to wear vibrating vests by Subpac.
Milton Keynes brought a really diverse audience including, local deafblind residents, art students, curious children and academics.
We have been very lucky to have had Dr Louise Fryer working with us on the project, Louise was a pioneer of Audio Description in the UK, piloting description for BBC television in the mid-90s and is an Audio Describer and presenter at the BBC. She has made an Audio Description for the project which you can listen to here:
Watch this space for a video about the project